Andrew Symonds's demise has sent shockwaves through the world of sports, these veterans pay tribute

With Sunday morning, there is a bad news for cricket lovers all over the world to hear. Former Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds lost his life in a car crash on Saturday night. It is being said that his car crashed after getting off the road in Townsville on Saturday night, and due to internal injuries, Symonds succumbed to his injuries on the spot. After this news came out, there is a wave of grief from cricket lovers all over the world, including  India, and Indian fans are paying tribute to Symonds on Koo.

Paying tribute to Symonds, who played brilliant cricket for Australia under Ponting's captaincy, Indian athlete Rima Malhotra Koo, "The start of the day cannot be more unfortunate. Not once believed, Andrew Symonds just hasn't been at the age of 46!!! Oh god, Rest in Peace is not the sentence we want to use for you. "

Former Indian cricket team spinner Pragyan Ojha also mourned the death of his old friend. "Deeply saddened by this news, will miss the time we have spent on and off the field. Simo.   #RestInPeace #omshanti my friend."

A cricket lover named Jones Benny said, "Andrew Symonds died in a car accident - RIP, one of the best limited-overs players ever.

Sachin Tendulkar's fan Nitin Sachinist also paid tribute to Symonds and wrote, "Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds has passed away in a car accident at the age of 46. RIP Roy." 

Indian athlete Mona Meshram also expressed grief over the sudden demise of the staking player and wrote, "Sorry to start the day with heartbreaking news: Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds has died in a car accident at the age of 46. "

Symonds, who played 198 ODIs for Australia, was also part of the 2003 and 2003 World Cup squads. In these two years, the Kangaroo team won back-to-back titles under Ponting's captaincy without losing any matches. Apart from this, this great player also played 26 Tests for Australia.

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